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At this moment I am still producing my textiles by hand, so mass-production in the very near future might be a little too ambitious.The technique needs more development, but I certainly believe that in the future we can have machines, that 3-dimensionally weave lightweight structures for us to use, live in and even drive in.By 3D- weaving these textile sculptures I’m proposing the idea of textile as a beautiful new building material, with endless possibilities in application.Do you think the textiles of this project could be used for mass-production in the near future?Fransje Gimbrère is a multidisciplinary designer, born and raised in Tilburg, graduated in 2017 from the Man & Identity department at the Design Academy in Eindhoven.She observes and explores the world with profound critical thinking and an intuitive interest for the aesthetics of shape, color, image and material.Therefore I am now seeking for the right party to help me further in the development of the technique and fine-tuning the material. Materials are intermediate products; they can still serve all sorts of applications and leave some room for imagination.Besides that, materials speak to all the senses; therefore designing materials is like designing an almost ritualistic experience for the body.

Having a subject in mind, I start experimenting and sketching 3-dimensionally with materials, shapes and colours, creating an imaginary world or story, with its own atmosphere.Her concepts and designs often contain contradictory elements and a new playful approach, that she uses to push boundaries, resulting in a little idiosyncrasy or raw edge in every one of them.The desire to bring textile into the interior in a different way than we are used to, resulted in a technique that creates fragile looking skeletons, hat give the suggestion of a solid volume.Can you explain more the idea of multidisciplinary that you use to describe your work?My designs start in ideas or in concepts, not in end products.

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